June Kinsinger on sat 20 aug 05
Wow, What a great listserve. I have spent every free minute of the last 3
days reading the posting and visiting every website that you all have shared.
Now my question is......while visiting a few sites and pictures posted on
flickr....I would love to have some of the beautiful glaze recipes I have seen.
I will list the ones I have so far and would be so grateful if anyone would
be willing to share along with their firing cone.
Edourd's White Lepidolite Ash Glaze #1
Quebec Olive Green Shino #2
Semi-gloss Iron Red
Also found on Yahoo Photos, I found some great pictures and am also
searching for the following:
Mottled Blue or Broken Blue
Pinnell's Strontium Matt, Blue and Green
Pinnell's Weathered Bronze
I know this is a lot to ask but I have searched everywhere on the net so
even if I could find just a few it would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much
lela martens on sun 21 aug 05
You will probably be directed to check out the archive`s address below each
posting. It`s a good place to start, especially if you also noted the names
associated with those glazes. Another way into the archives is:
Scroll down for just about anything.
Best wishes, Lela
>Now my question is......while visiting a few sites and pictures posted on
>flickr....I would love to have some of the beautiful glaze recipes I have
Alisa Liskin Clausen on sun 21 aug 05
On Sat, 20 Aug 2005 23:31:01 EDT, June Kinsinger wrote:
>Wow, What a great listserve. I have spent every free minute of the last
>days reading the posting and visiting every website that you all have
>Mottled Blue or Broken Blue
>Pinnell's Strontium Matt, Blue and Green
>Pinnell's Weathered Bronze
The last recipes you list are on my website at www.alisapots.dk with their
credits, and a few more recipes. Mottled Blue or Broken Blue or the
other 25 names it has, it just the old classic easy clear
50 Gerstley Borate
1-2 Cobalt ox.
also seen it as 30 Silica and 20 Kaolin and a host of other colorants and
regards from Alisa in Denmark